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Employment Opportunities -- Termination
Specialists in OSP Fibre Optic Cabling
Gencon Limited (the Company) is a thirty year old organisation with a long history in the construction and
maintenance of overhead electricity distribution networks, and more recently the construction of outside plant (OSP)
fibre optic networks in Trinidad and Tobago.
The Company is seeking to recruit qualified and experienced OSP Fibre Optic Termination Specialists to lead and train
dedicated teams of Trinidad and Tobago nationals to become skilled in fibre optic termination, testing and rectification
for the company's operations in Trinidad and Tobago, and growth into the wider Caribbean.
OSP fibre optic termination specialists are highly skilled professionally who perform field fibre optic end
termination activities [i.e. preparation of cable terminal devices (FDT, FAT, SC), cable splicing, reflectance testing,
troubleshooting, rectification, documentation and reporting of test results in accordance with client protocol] in
order to deliver sound and commercially reliable individual feeds to customers of local and international fibre
optic cabling clients operating in the communications industry (telephone, television, internet, etc) in Trinidad and
Tobago and the Caribbean region.
Typically fibre optic cables are installed on TTEC electricity poles in Trinidad and Tobago. The successful candidates
must be trained and experienced in ladder access to fibre and terminal devices on and off electricity poles.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. To transfer best practices and train teams of national trainees to internationally acceptable technical standards in
the discipline of OSP fibre optic termination activities
2. To lead and manage fibre optic project teams in the field to deliver efficient and timely execution of OSP
fibre optic termination activities i.e. zero rework
3. To train the local teams in surveying the fibre optic network and constructing the execution and reporting plans.
Work plans to include job site specific hazards and mitigation plans (referred to in the industry as Job Site Safety
Plan -- JSSP)
4. To contribute to the preparation and submission of bids to clients where OSP fibre optic termination and
distribution forms part of the scope of the engagement.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
1. Actual international experience and expertise in field construction of OSP fibre optic termination activities
including construction of FATS (Fibre Access Terminals), FDTS (Fibre Distribution Terminals) and SC (Splice
2. Supervisory experience of field operations to achieve quality and production rate of work teams consistent with
internationally acceptable standards for specialists of this kind
3. Certification from an internationally recognised institution in the field of fibre optics technology, for example the
Fibre Optic Association Inc. (FOA), or a partnering institution of the FOA, with specific reference to OSP fibre optics
splicing and testing
4. A minimum of two (2) years experience in performing fibre optic termination for clients of international repute
5. Experience in training and developing subordinates in the art, science and techniques of rapid, high quality OSP
fibre optics cable field operations
6. Knowledge and experience of the Trinidad and Tobago work environment would be a key advantage.
Please submit your application accompanied by a resume preferably by email to:
OR by hand or post to: Gencon Limited, 18-20 Orchid Drive, Endeavour, Chaguanas 501101
Applicants are also required to submit a copy of the application to:
Chief Manpower Officer
Ministry of Labour & Small Enterprise Development
50-54 Duke Place, Duke Street, Port of Spain
The deadline for submission of applications is: DECEMBER 15th, 2015 .Suitable applicants will be contacted.
For more information visit our website: www.genconlimited.com
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
NOTICE OF SALE FOR TUESDAY THE 29TH DAY
OF DECEMBER, 2015 FOR A PARCEL OF LAND
COMPRISING SEVEN HUNDRED AND FOUR
POINT ZERO SQUARE METRES (704.0M2) MORE
OR LESS TOGETHER WITH AN UNFINISHED
TWO-STOREY RESIDENCE THEREON, SITUAT-
ED AT LOT #24 SARAME GARDENS, ACONO
ROAD, MARACAS VALLEY, ST. JOSEPH.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that by Order of
GUARDIAN LIFE OF THE CARIBBEAN LIMITED
and in exercise of the Power of Sale conferred upon
Mortgagees by the Conveyancing and Law of
Property Act Chapter 56:01 and contained or implied
in a certain Deed of Mortgage dated the 22nd day of
December, 2006 and registered on the 23rd day of
January, 2007 as No. DE2007-001979-05D00l and
made between ALLAN CRISPIN JOSEPH and
DONNA THERESA BOYNES-JOSEPH of the One
Part and GUARDIAN LIFE OF THE CARIBBEAN
LIMITED of the Other Part, there will be put up for
sale by Public Auction by the undersigned at his
Auction Mart at Nos. 129 - 131 Abercromby
Street, Port-of-Spain on Tuesday the 29th day of
December, 2015 between the hours of 1.00 p.m
and 2.00 p.m.
ALL AND SINGULAR that piece or parcel of land sit-
uate at MARACAS, ST. JOSEPH in the Ward of
TACARIGUA in the Island of Trinidad (being portion
of the two several parcels of land comprising 2.4285
Hectares and 7,100.4 Square Metres respectively
described in the First Schedule to Deed of Lease
(hereinafter called "the said Lease") dated 22nd
December, 2006 registered as No. DE2007-000958-
51DO0l) comprising SEVEN HUNDRED AND FOUR
POINT ZERO SQUARE METRES (704.0M1) and
bounded on the North partly by a Road Reserve 10.0
Metres wide and partly by Lot No. 23 on the South by
the said Road Reserve 10.0 Metres wide on the East
partly by Lot No. 23 and partly by the said Road
Reserve 10.0 Metres wide and on the West by the
said Road Reserve 10.0 Metres wide and which said
piece or parcel of land is shown delineated and
coloured pink and numbered "24" in a circle on the
General Plan marked "A" annexed to Deed regis-
tered as No. DE2006-030387-89D00l and on the
Portion Plan marked "B" annexed to the said Lease,
TOGETHER with an unfinished two-storey residence
thereon consisting of the following:-
GROUND FLOOR:- Total floor area is approximately
216 m2 (2,330 sq. ft.) with a foyer, living room, dining
room, kitchen, breakfast area, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath-
rooms and a walk-in closet.
FIRST FLOOR:- Total floor area is approximately
130 m2 (1,400 sq. ft.) with 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms,
a family room, a front and a rear patio.
Dated this 25th day of November, 2015
Email address: email@example.com
Telephone Nos. 623-4283-7 Ext. 1190 and 356-0216
NOTE: The above property will be sold SUBJECT
TO all outstanding rates, taxes, and
TERMS:10% of the bid to be paid in cash or certified
cheque on the fall of the hammer and the
balance within 60 days.
LONDON---Former New Zealand
cricket captain Chris Cairns was
cleared yesterday of perjury and
perverting the course of justice dur-
ing a libel action about match-fixing
but said he believes his career in the
sport is over.
The London jury cleared the retired
cricketer of all charges at the end of
a nine-week trial at Southwark Crown
"It s been hell for the last five or
so years," Cairns said after leaving
court. "I couldn t be more happy. It s
not a victory as such because a case
like this I don t think there are any
winners. It s been hell for everyone
Asked if he could work in cricket
again, the 45-year-old Cairns
Cairns had been accused of lying
when he said he had "never, ever
cheated at cricket" while successfully
suing former Indian Premier League
founder Lalit Modi three years ago.
Modi had used Twitter to accuse
Cairns of fixing a game in the now
defunct Indian Cricket League---a
rival Twenty20 competition to the
Cairns was also accused of per-
verting the course of justice by induc-
ing fellow cricketer Lou Vincent to
provide a false witness statement
during a Skype call. The perjury case
heard evidence from a host of former
cricketers including Vincent, Daniel
Vettori, Brendon McCullum, Andre
Adams, Chris Harris and former Aus-
tralia captain Ricky Ponting.
Vincent claimed he was involved
in the fixing scandal under "direct
orders" from Cairns, while current
New Zealand captain McCullum said
Cairns approached him with a "busi-
ness proposition" about match fix-
ing.But Cairns repeatedly denied that
he was ever involved in match-fixing
as he defended himself during the
trial. He said there was "no truth"
to allegations he had tried to persuade
Vincent to join him in cheating.
Cairns said he reacted with "hor-
ror" and "anger" when Modi accused
him of match-fixing and he was
"shocked" that McCullum could
accuse him of trying to recruit him
to fix results.
Cairns told the court he discussed
the topic of "spot-fixing" with
McCullum in 2008 in Calcutta and
explained spread-betting to him
because match-fixing was "topical"
in India at the time.
Cairns said there was "minimal"
time spent discussing match-fixing,
and said it was "completely wrong"
to suggest spread-betting was the
equivalent to match-fixing. After 10
hours of deliberations by the jury,
Cairns friend, barrister Andrew
Fitch-Holland, was also cleared of
perverting the course of justice. (AP)
Ex NZ captain Cairns cleared in fixing perjury case
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